November 16, 2018
 
It is difficult to deny Paul Mengert’s commitment to education. In fact, his primary business is Association Management Group (AMG), which has a focus on teaching homeowners associations how to be more effective with their customer service mission. Paul Mengert’s AMG also has tended to participate in activities designed to make his community better. For example, a food drive for Greensboro Urban Ministry led to the distribution of more than 1 million pounds of food to the hungry in Greater Greensboro.

It can be said that is is his strong dedication to community that has led Paul Mengert to serve on the national senior faculty for the Community Associations Institute for years and he still teaches classes designed to make homeowners’ associations work better for the homeowners they are supposed to serve. The classes often provide continuing education credits by groups as diverse as the North Carolina Board of Realtors, the California Department of Real Estate, the South Carolina Department of Real Estate, and the Florida Bureau of Condominiums, among many others.
August 14, 2018
 
Three decades of continued growth, additional properties, positive feedback and new technologies have allowed Association Management Group out of Greensboro, North Carolina to flourish across North Carolina and South Carolina. Under the direction of its founder and Chief Executive Officer Paul Mengert, AMG -- opened in 1984 -- has grown from its original office in its headquartered city of Greensboro to five locations and more than 30,000 managed properties, including homeowners associations, condominiums, office spaces and more. The team extends administrative, fiscal and facility services to property owners, providing them management ease in every daily operation as well as years of expertise and experience across all interactions and long-term solutions. AMG is knowledgeable, dedicated staff alongside proprietary services created among 30 years of work and growth, all toward the best management in the Carolinas.
May 24, 2018
 
It is clear to anyone who has watched his career that education serves as a major focus for Paul Mengert, AMG (Association Management Group) founder and current CEO. In fact, that may very well be an , is something of an understatement. After all, AMG is a management company that teaches the personnel working at homeowners’ associations how to do their jobs better and more efficiently, and with a more homeowner-oriented focus with a better outcome for they homeowners they serve.

When you look at the record, Paul Mengert, AMG CEO, certainly demonstrates a strong commitment to his native community. He purposely chose to locate AMG in the Greater Greensboro area, as a way to augment and also support that community. The arrangement has certainly worked out for everyone. Essentially, Paul Mengert’s AMG functions as a shorter version of a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program. In turn, that program is modeled after the MBA program at Harvard Business School, where Paul Mengert is an alumnus. Most of the classes in the program are taught by the various Harvard Business School alumni who just happen to live in the Greensboro, North Carolina area, including Paul Mengert.

Most of the instructors at AMG want to give back to their community, just as Paul Mengert, AMG founder, does. Paul Mengert was born and raised in Greensboro, he went to the University of North Carolina in Greensboro as an undergrad and he purposely established the AMG headquarters and campus there, to provide his community with a solid economic boost. After deducting expenses, the program has thus far been able to provide more than $350,000 to local non-profits, such as A Child’s Place, Catherine’s House, Buddy Kemp Caring House, and others.
February 20, 2018
 
When you look at Paul Mengert’s AMG (Association Management Group) from the outside, it is obvious education is a major focus in the life of Mengert, who still serves as chief executive officer (CEO) after having founded the firm. Paul Mengert’s AMG is a management company that functions as something of a condensed version of a university Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program. The program’s classes are largely taught by many of the Harvard Business School alumni who happen to live in the greater Greensboro area, much like their native son, Paul Mengert. A large number of these instructors are executives with major companies, often serving as managing partners, presidents, and even CEOs.

One primary reason Paul Mengert established AMG in Greensboro in the first place was because of his strong belief that it is of vital importance to give back to the community. For Paul, it is a fundamental aspect of life that you don’t just take what you want, but you also demonstrate gracefulness. Everyone should be grateful when they become successful and they should feel compelled to return something to the people who helped get you there, whether that person does so personally or through business activity. In the case of Paul Mengert, AMG CEO, it was certainly a little of both.

Paul purposely chose to locate AMG in the Greater Greensboro area because he saw that as a way to support the community, which is a major motivation in his life. He has certainly evolved into a highly regarded leader in the homeowners association management industry in the Carolinas and nationwide, but he has also triggered significant interest in the Greensboro area from companies all over the country.